Breaking down the Bengals Current NFL Draft Needs

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OG: Kevin Zeitler is by far the best draft pick from the Bengals draft last season. He is already listed as the 10th best guard statistically, and only allowed one sack this season. Clint Boling has gotten much better since last season and seems to be improving. These two will end up being very good players if they continue to improve.

Verdict: Not a draft need.
Possible Players: None


Oct 23, 2010; Clemson, SC, USA; Clemson Tigers center Dalton Freeman (55) and quarterback Kyle Parker (11) prior to the snap during the third quarter against the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets at Memorial Stadium. Tigers won 27-13. Mandatory Credit: Joshua S. Kelly-US PRESSWIRE

C: With Kyle Cook out for the season, it’s hard to tell how big of a need this is. Yes, Faine is here, but the Bengals need youth at this position. Cook has played decent, but it could also seem that the Bengals could definitely get an improvement in this position. Depending on the severity of Cook’s injury is where this draft need is. As of now, it’s in the middle of the pack.

Verdict: Draft need.

Possible Players: Dalton Freeman, Braxston Cave


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